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Help her playing a doctor!

Breasts are not all about staring and should not be confined to its physical appearance. To break all cultural fascination with breasts, it’s important to unearth the mystery of their enchanting magnetism.

Here what you should know about her breasts to better navigate her breasts health:

Sizes fluctuate

Sizes of breasts fluctuate during their menstrual periods. The National Institute of Health revealed that women’s levels of the hormones progesterone and prolactin increase about a week or two before she menstruates, causing her breast tissue swell.

Breast tissue changes according to the menstrual cycle.The retaining of more water makes her milk glands grow and with them the, her bra size. Some women are even likely to increase a cup size.

A glance is enough to let you understand that she is on her periods and be careful if she is about to be on, stimulation can be more painful and decrease sexual arousal, says Leah Millheiser, M.D. at the Stanford School of Medicine.

Breast asymmetry

Some rudimentary understanding of the anatomy of the breast itself is required. The breasts are made of glands contained within the front of the chest wall and the average breast weighs between seven and 10 ounces. Women may find that their breasts feel fuller and are more sensitive when they are ovulating.

The exact cause of asymmetric breasts is unknown, but possible contributors include hormonal changes or traumatic injuries. Occasionally, an underlying medical or skeletal condition may cause asymmetrical breasts. One such condition, called juvenile, or virginal, hypertrophy of the breast, is a very rare problem in which one breast grows significantly larger than the other, leading to physical and psychological problems


Plan a free doctor visit for her

Breast clinic appointment is a prerequisite if something unsual get detected. If you feel anxious or strange under her shirt, take her to get a professional breast exam just to confirm that everything is normal.

A majority of those scary bumps turn out to be non-cancerous masses that are caused by hormonal changes, such as a cyst, which usually feels like a soft grape, or a fibroadenoma, a rubbery moveable mass.

So, next time make sure about your lady’s breast health as it’s not all about the look and size.

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